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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 December 1836

and it was from a conviction that the pow. r r to distribute even a temporary surplus of revenue is of that character, that it was sug gested only in connexion with an appeal to the source of all legal power in the general government, tho states which have estab lished it. y No euch appeal has been taken, and in rny opinion a distribution of tho surplus re. venuo by congress, cither to the btatcs or tho people, is to be considered as among the prohibitions of the constitution. As al. ready intimated, my views have undergone? a change, so far as to be convinced that no alteration of tho constitution in Jhis respect is wise or expedient. Tho influence of an accumulating surplus upon tho legislation of the goncral government and tho states, its effects, upon tho credit system of tho coun. try, producing dangerous extensions and ruinous contractions, fluctuations in the prico of property, rash speculation, idleness, extravagance, and a deterioration of morals, have taught us tho importa...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 December 1836

CCrrSTATTTIWE CASH STORE. MOSELEY St, MASSE Y have received a iw and splendid assortment of DRY GOODS. Consisting of Brood Cloths, CassimerM, Satiuets, ihoeps grey, Mohair coating, pilot cloth. Mack, iaaw and rose blankets, French and English inerinocs, Circassians. fiVd challr. beavertcons. Hunter's cord, camblets, col'd moreens, French botubasin, London and French prints, ginghams. tabls diaper, Irish linen ; sheetings, plain and 1 willed tunnels Italian lustring, grode Swiss, poult do Sol, gro do nap; floronca; satins; silk and cotton velvjta ; plaid linaeyj Merino, thibot and Highland shawls; fancy h'dk'fs; thread, edgings and laces bobinetts; boad bags, giuzo veils ( black Itol. cravats ; flag, pongee and ban. daona h'dk'fs J elastics ; froggs ; umbrellas ; oil ilk aprons hosiery Duck, Beaver, Kid and ilk- gloves, embroidered collars ; satin, Boavcr, amd colored straw bonnets; ribbons; suspon. drs ; cord cambricks ; brown tablo covers ; comforters, oil cloth, padding, canvass, ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 December 1836

U -' . ' FlllttKM OOWIEIIY, -Having one of tha lt asunrtiiienu of Job Type la Ilia wcitin country, are preprcd to turo uul JOB PRINTING, la the nAlMt style, and on short notice, st the fnt of llie Conntantine Itcputill.-nit. M'gaffey sc ja. east- MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys t Loitu lbixors at Law. Office throo door wet 01 tlwlW Offlco, Chicago strict, Whit Pigeon, Michl n l. JLD OCTOItS SUMNER A: BAE2lY, PhiisKiun ) burgeons, CO S STA NT! N K, Have conclude a partnership iu tho busiuew of their profession. OiTiceou Water St. opposite the AmerreanlliiU'l. TTJY.Y AS BOLTON SMITH. 3TI. R. Lli Attormey and Counsellor at LAW, and 'Somcitob in Chancery, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiana and Michiga Village of lima, county soat of Iagrungn County, Indiana. Office, itouth of tho Court House, fronting tho public sutinra, Toledo Slroot. . Aug. 21, 1836. 8Lf NKW ROOKS at Steele's Bookstore 214 Main Btraet. Ricnzi. tha last of tlio Tribune, by E. I. Bui. wer : JaDhet in soarch of a Father, by Cant...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 January 1837

L VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 4, 1837. NUMBER 27. 0 If I'l 3 i. s Hi CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rrLUBBD BY InTOf GEIt Sc COWDEHY, Ktery Wednesday Morning, at the stand formerly oc aplt by Ma). I. J. I'lliuan, corner of Canaria and Waur atreeta. Ta all tultcribert toko eemmtned previous to number 20 YttM Twa dallara per annum is adranee, two dot tan and fifty cents witbla the year, or three dollar! at the expiration of the year. But, To tkott eommeneing r'th and after JVs. SO '' f 94 AO, If paid in auvancot TttKi 3 00. after the flrat 3 montha or, yak . ( 3 SO, at the end of the yew. ) Advertising at the uiual ratei. CABINET WARE IIOrSE, Ten "doort btlowa tkt Mention Hou$e, Main treet. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs the public that he continue! hia business at the above ttand, where he manufacture and kocpa constantly on hand every description of Cabinet Wear, comprising Sofat, Couehet, Sideboardt, Secretsritt, Bureaut, Book Catet, Wardrobet, Pier, Ctn...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 January 1837

V I, nat yean of contrition and repentance will bo unnblo to heal. The great sources of our present prosperity nrc to bo traced to the stability of our legislation, the integ rity of our judiciary, and the good faith with which all our engagements Uve been kept, and our redit buttained- Those dil. igent and intelligent Bervnnts of the state Mho have had charge of our public irn provemcnts, have, by their economy, and judicious application of our funds, placed our credit abroad, not only i pen elevated, but enviable grounds, whilst the stern intcg. rrty, nnd persevering industry of our judi ciary have been crowned with equally ben eficial and salutary effects. I have 'again nnd again, whilst on business in our eastern cities, heard our judiciary spoken of in terms that made me proud that I was a cit izen of Ohio. No collision or fraud, sir, says an emin. ent merchant of one of our eastern cities, can stand before your judiciary. This b . the character, gentlemen, that causes capi tal...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 January 1837

TVTOTIC!F! Tha slookhol.' A 1M dcrs of the Steam Boat Constintina are requested to matt at lb) American Hotel in this villago, on Saturday 7th Inst., 7 o'clock. P. M. for tha pur. pOM of organization and the election of suitable ptrsona to tranaact the buineas of the company. - Constantino, Jan. 2, 1837. TT 1ST OF IA3TTEIIS remaining in II A thi Poat Offiaa at White Pigeon, tho 1st day of January, 1837. , Allcock John Adama Ephraira M Andrews Ruth Brown Alvcrado Brown Almina, Blanchard Alvah 2 Bull Albert E Brown R)V A B . Buck Peter Barker C boater Bishop Jim -a L Burr Johu T Bird Augustus Bowman John II Burnaa George Bull Goorg Benjamin Zerah Crano Mr A Coffioger William Crawford Robert Cole David ClameuroJohnl Colvia Stophen Lyman Daniel Lidd John W Lounsbury Martin Lao Mr Lin? Jacob Law Hanry Iceland ouratt L igranga Mrs Lock wood Laandor McGiffjy Neal Esq 2 , Molt John Miner E W Nicholson Thomas Nichola Jamee Naah Lucy 2 Nash W W Newel Sumuel O Ue Wm A Olney John Powel M T , Pu...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 January 1837

MlNGKIl A COWBEBY, tlv4n one of the best ortmonts of Job Type In Mm western country, ore prct re.l to turn out JOB PRINTING, 1 the nentret styls, ni on short notice, M the offief of the Constantino Itcput llcan. NIWttAFFEY & J AS. EAST- MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys Coun. Liuoii at Law. Office three doors wept of the ?o4 Office, Chicago stru-t, White Pigeon, Mich" nV 18tf. OCTORS SU1TINER & BALDY, Physicians t Surgeon Have concluded a partnership ia tho business f their profusion. Office on Wster St. opposite the Amerlcunllotel. LUSIIOLTOI SHITII, M. . Attorney and Counsellor at LAW, and Solicitor in Ciianceht, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiana and Michigan : Village of Lima, county eoat of Lngranga County, Indiana. Office, south of th-) Court House, fronting the public iquaro, Toledo Streot. Aug. 21, 1836. . 8tf NEW BOOKS ui Steele's Bookstore 214 Main stroot. Rienzi, the last of tho Tribunes, by E. L. Bui. wer ; Japhot in search of a Father, by Capt. M ir. ryat; Stories of the ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 January 1837

lip ) P fp ) VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 11, 1837. NUMBER 28. I 0 r ft r 1- v7 1,. y , CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, MI71IGER COWDEBl', stvsry Wednesday Morning, at the stand formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. I'lluian, corner of Canaria aud Water atreeta. To all subscribers who commenced previous to number 20 i Tti Two doilara per annum In advance, two dol lar and fifty cents within the yeur, or three doilara at in expiration of the year. liut, To those commencing with and after No. 20 1 50. if tiftlil In ailv.nrei t. Tun 3 00 after the flnt 3 mouths i or. J ran ank. AO, at the end of the ycr. ) Advertising at the uaual ratea. CABI2YET WARE HOUSE,?" doors below the Mention House, M ain street. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs the public that be continues hi busin jus at the Above stand, where he inanuf tctures and keeps constantly on hand evory description of Cadinkt Woax, comprising Sofa, Couches, Sideboards, Secretaries, Bureaus, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Pi...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 January 1837

Acquisition may be rendered valuable. . The value of fisheries ami other objects of trade end commerce on Lake Superior, will 1 om confident, yet exceed the expectations of the most sanguine of our citizens ; and it only needs a communication for our ship ping around the fulls of the St. Maries river, to enullo us to realize those expectations. This work should however bo considered essentially national, and I would therefore suggest, that you mcmoralizc Congress for tin appropriation for the construction of a bhip canal from the outlet ol the Lake, to a roint on the river below tho falls. The dis tance between the two points, will not it is thought exceed one mile ; and the expend!, turc of one hundred thousand dollars in the construction of this cunul, Mould bo no trifling a mutter when compared wiih tulvan tages growing out of it, tlvat we should not i Tl -i .1 - . i i lOiu sigm oi uio ininoruuicv oi innKtng ii a State improvement, in the- event, that tbo Government of tho United...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 January 1837

bars would respectfully inform the citizens f Constantino and its vicinity that they hive opened a shop in the building wrnurly occupi d tintly on hand or to niako to order all kinda of csumoi wora, sucn as uun-aui, o jcr Jiarias, 001 as, Tahl. R iilituli. Af.ft. From Inn or ptn trinnoa in the business ws do not hesitate to warrant our work to b equal in point of workmanship or diiraHllitv tA in m inuf.irtnr.ul in wutom Mink! pan, and by a close application to buaineaa we WMWf W-.-v., v. ..... r,B fWiCliWfVCUVUIltiatra VI puuue pairouago. . . . SIDNEY BEDORTIIA. . HIRAM LINDSLY. N. B. We wish to numhaM twnnr tl. kn and feet of walnut and cherry scantling suitabb ir ior wmcn w win pay the nignosi yuw iu turoiiurj 11 uuiiverea at our sliop. S.B.&H.L. Constantino, Jan. 11, 1637. "PfEDICAX MEETIi. The annu. ifilai meeting of the tit. Joseph County Med. ical Society, will be holden at the Hotel ot'D in'l. Howell In White Pigeon Tillage, on the last X ucsday ox this month. S. W. TRUES...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 January 1837

sm. . ... i Hi . i ; i is mt'NCEJt COWDEIIY, Ua-viaf on of the best assortments of Job Type In the wNHin country, ate prepared to turn out JOB PRINTING, tm the neatut stylo, and on short notioe, at the oflie of th Constantino HepuMtcaii. W M'CAFFEY A J AS. ILIST J.M MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys . Covs. lzllors at Law. Office three doors we?t of Ib-ePo Office, Chicago Btroot, White Pi geon, Mich: 1 IStf. TfKOCTORSSUMNKR & DAEDY, LLV Physicians A Surgeons, J CONSTANTINE, Have concluded a partnership ia tho business f their prof ssion. Office on Water ft. opposite the Amerlcanllotel. SIEIASROETON SMITH, m.1k jli ArroRNtr and Counsellor at LAW, And Solicitor in Chancery, ami GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiana and Michigan : Villago of Lima, county aoat of Lagrange Comity, Indiana Office, south of tho Court House, fronting tho public squaro, Tolodo Streot. Aug. 24, 1836. 8tf NEW HOOKS at Steele's Bookstore 214 Main street. Itienti, tho last of the Tribunes, by E. L. Bui. wer ; Japhct in searc...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 January 1837

.1 VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 18, 1837. NUMBER 20. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rUBLMUJCB BY ITIITNGCn & COWDEBY, Bvsry Wednesday Morning, at the stand formerly or. cupied by MoJ. I. J. L'lluiun, coruerof Canaria an I f Water streets. "To all subscribers who commenced precious to . number 20 : ' T Two dollar per annum in advance, two doU 4 art and fifty ernta within tit year, or three Uollara at tbecipirationof ttaeyeur. But, ; T those commencing with and after A-20: (1 60, if paid in advance t 1 Tumi 3 00 after the firt 3 mouths or, J ret amn. ( 3 00, at the end of the year. - ) T. AdverUtiag at the uauul ratei. 1P1A11I.ET WAKE HOUSE, Ten H doom below the Mention House, Miin 'tract. WM. GALLIGAN rospfjctfully informs tho public that bo continuos hia business at tha lKve at in J, whera he rmnuf icturoa and kwps constantly on hundeviry description of Cabinet "Woaic, comprising Sofas, Couches, Sideboards, Secretaxies, Bureaus, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Pie...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 January 1837

ccutive, is rallying its forces, under a new leader, and menacing a fresh invasion to re. cover its lost dominion. Upon the issue of this threatened invasion, the independence of Texas may bo considered as suspended ; and we.e there nothing peculiar in the rcla. live situation of the United States and Tex as, our acknowledgment of it indepen dence at such a crisis would scarcely bo regarded as consistent with that prudent re. serve, with which we have heretofore held ourselves bound to treat all similar qucs- tions. But there are circumstances in the relation of the two countries which require us to act, on this occasion, with even moro ' than our wonted caution. Texas was onco claimed as a part of our property; and there aro those among our citizens, who, always reluctant to abandon that claim, cannot but regard with solicitude, the pros. t pect of the re.union of the territory to this country. A largo proportion of its civili. zed inhabitants as emigrants from tho Uni ted States, ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 January 1837

CAdftET BIAUINC Tha Subcri. here would respectfully inform the citizens of Constantine and its vicinity that thsy bare opened a shop in the building lormorly occupied by P. E. G rover, where they intend to keep con. atantly on hand or to male to ordor all kinds of cabinetwork, such as Dureaus, secretaries. Sofas, Tables, Bedsteads, ice. From a long experience in the business we do not hesitate to warrant our work to be equal in point of workmanship or durability to any manufactured in western Michi. 4B, and by a close application to business we sailer oursoivcs in a we wui receive a liberal share of public patronage. SIDNEY BEDORTIIA. HIRAM LINDSLY. N. B. We wish to purchase two or three thou, and fact ot walnut and cherry scantling suitable for bedstaoda, for which we will pay the highest price in furniture if delivered at our shop. , . , 8. B. & II. L. Constantino, Jan. 11, 1837. TfEDICAIi MEETING. Tho annu. , JLTiial meeting of the St. Joseph Couuty Mod. ieal Society, will be...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 January 1837

v ..... . tf V. f. 1.1 I i i 'is V ' SIWGEU & COtVDF.IlY, Da vast one ot iho boat assortments of Job Type In lite western country, ure prepurft.t to turo out JOB PRINTING. la tli nentest style, ana on short notice, at the olnte of the Conatsuttuo HcpuMican. N. M'CJAFFEY A; J AS. EAST- MAN JOHNSON, ArronxKvs tUoiiN. IELuors at IjAW. umci) mroo UOOrs V.C'1 Ul tTosC Office, Chicago street, W hi to Pig'-on, Michig in. 18 if. TTKt CrOUS SUMNER & IMLUV, .JLLk Physicians if Sure constantine, v II iV3 concluded a partnership In the business f their prof ssion. , , ; Oill. eon Water Ft. opposite the Amorl.'.unUi.tcl. TT1LI1SUOLTOX SMITH, M. R. U'J AttorNKV ANU COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and Solicitor in Chancery, und GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indium nnd Michigan: Vill:ig3 of Lima, county Boat of Lagrange Coumy, Indiana. Offics, Boutli of tho Court House, fronting tho public square, Tolulo Street, Aug. 24, 1836. 8tf .WKW ROOKS atTEELE's Bookstore 1H 214 Main slroa. and tlio Pjrittians, by Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 January 1837

... : 't Y jsf y v yjy VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 25, 1837. NUMBER 30. f V V 7 IB I III I ' W 1 R Ml I II 1 It I V CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, t rrBLuuco bt ITIFJIVGEIX & C'OWDERY, Iftrjr WeJnrrlay Morntnt, nt the stand formerly oe cupieJ ly MaJ. I. J. L'llmun, corner of Canails anil Water .recti. T all uocrt'6er icAo commenced previous to number iO . , Tsmi Two dollar per annum In advance, two dol lar ami AAy emti witliin tlio year, or tUree dollata at the expiration of the year, tint, To those eammencinj with and after No. SO: f 4 50, if paid In nil vane ; ) Tuna I 3 00 after the iirat 3 months or, rat ahw. ( 3 50, at the end of the year. Advertising nt the uiual rate. I III I II I I CAIUMCT WAUE HOUSE, Ten door below the Mansion llouee, Main tr3t. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs tho public tint ha continues his business ot the abovo stand, whero ho manuf tcturos and keeps constantly on hand every description of Cabinet Work, comprising Sofa, Cou...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 January 1837

rom the .NW Vork Tiu.es, Jan. 7. WREC U OF TIlbxMEXICO. AVc lave seen the BiitiJIeno, Mr. Buchanan, who Iihs just returned "from Hempstead Bench, having passed tlio night, and a considerable rortion of yesterday, in the neighborhood or the wreck. The ac count he gives of the disaster, in nil its stages, as described to him by those who were assembled on the bench, a.d saw, but rould rot hilp, is most heart rending. For eighteen hours tho unhappy strangers were exposed to tho horrors of the wreck, enduring Iho pangs of cold, and hunger, and misery, und hope deferred, beholding, face to face, as it were, the terrible death from which there was no means of escape ; for eighteen hours their piteous cries nnd fchricks were heard upon the beach, gradual, ly decreasing in number and frequency un. til at lust but n feeble wail was heard id in ' tervals, and finally all was still when the scarcely less agonized listeners knew that death had completed his work, and that the deck of tho Mexico...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 January 1837

of Great Britain last ' year, 100,405 males and 119,639 females total, 220,134 per. sons ; of whom 28,771 were children, from 8 to 13 years of age. In the wool fac tories there were 37,477 males, and 33,707 females total 71.274; of whom 13,322 Were from 8 to 13 years of age. In silk factories there were employed 10,188 males, and 20,494 females total, 30,082: of whom 9,074 were from 8 to 13 years of nge. In tho Flax factories thero were em. ployed 10,395 males, and 22,883 females total 33,283 persons ; of whom 5,288 were from 8 to 13 years of ajre. Tho whole number of persons employed in thesa four kinds of factories, were 355,373 persons ; of whom 55,455 wcro children from 8 to 13 years of age. Extract of a Utter to the editor of the Detroit ' Free Press, dated Washington, January Cth, 1337. "Tho Michigan hill was read tho first time in tho liouso this morning, ordered to be printed, and to bo taken up on Tuesday. It will pass in all next week, and becomo a law. Tho state will bo r...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 January 1837

I': If 4 1 It V I; I I,', II I tt 5 ') V" ITiriVCKU 4c WrtVOEUY," ' Having on of liic beat noforunrnt of 3 Typ la Uta western country, urc prt-ihret to turn out JOB PRINTING, In Cm neatest style, nnJ on abort notice, at the office of tins Constantino KejiuMtcan. "TT irPGAT'FEY ' JAS' KAST i MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys fcCou. mllors at Law. Office three doors west -of tho Post Office, Chicago s'.rcct, White Pigeon, Miehigin. Mt. TTNOCTOKS MDI If Kit A; BALDV, li V Phvtieiana tf Surgeon, CONSTANTINE, IIivj conelnd-J a p: rtnerdiip in tha business of thuir prof anion. Oinrenn Water tt. oppnite. the Amf rbanllotrl. LIAS BOLTON SMITH, JITD. AlTOR-lET AND Cot'NSr.LLO AT LAW, and Solicitor in Chancery, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiana tinJ Michigan t Village of Lini i, county Mat of Lagrange County, Indian. Orfieo, south of the Court IIous, fronting tlin public aquro, Toledo Slroot. Aug. 21, 1833. Ptf NUW HOOKS Ut STEELE'S BoOKSTOSE 214 Mxin street, ltionzi, the last of trio Tribune, by K. L...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 February 1837

LnJ 4 r. : ' . ' .... to : ... .-1 v . 'i ' -1 ;; i ' , VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 1, 1837. NUMBER 31. ,:CONSTANTINE ItEPUBLICAN, rilBUIBKD it, - zmnvbcn & cowbeiiy "Evry WediiMday Morning, at the tend formerly oe- enpled by MnJ. L J. Ulwan, corner of (LwimU ana ''Water atreeu. , . . .. T all aubtcriber vk commenced previout to y number 20 i ' ... " Tim Two dolian per annum in advanf e, two dol lara and fifty ernta within the year,' or threo dollars at tbooipirationof tbeyear. But, . ? ZV tho commencing with and after No. 20 ( 80 sn, If paid In advance t TttM 3 00, after the first 3 month! j or I 3 60, at the end of the yoar. I Advertising at tho uiual rates. CABINET WAKE HOUSE, Ten -door below the Maneinn Jlouee, Main troet. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs the public that ho continue, his busineaa at tho tibovoetand, where ho manufacturer and keeps ontantly on hand every description of Cabinet JIVork, comprising Soa; Cuuchtt, Sideboard, Sentt...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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